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Holbein Exhibit at The Morgan Library

He painted the most famous portrait of Sir Thomas More. Opening on February 11 and running through May 15, 2022 at the Morgan Library in New York City, this is the first major American exhibit covering the art of Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543).  Titled “Holbein: Capturing Character”, it travels to the Morgan Library from the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.  Born in Augsburg, trained in Basel, and living a

Sixtieth Anniversary of the American Branch

The Sixtieth Anniversary of the American Branch The American Branch of the Richard III Society turned 60 years old this year. The branch was founded by Arthur Noel Kincaid in 1961. Kincaid would later leave the US to continue his studies in Europe and became a naturalized British citizen in 1974. In Ricardian circles, he is perhaps best known for a new edition of Sir George Buck’s classic work: The

Timeline of the House of York

  Timeline of the House of York A brief history of the people and events leading to the reign of Richard III.   Geoffrey of Anjou Empress Matilda Overview The Rise and Fall of the House of York In 1128, Geoffrey of Anjou married Matilda, daughter and heiress of King Henry I of England, thereby establishing the Angevin (“of Anjou”) royal dynasty in England. This long-enduring dynasty later became known as